The fantastic town of Wadebridge is in the North of Cornwall and it is situated beside the River Camel, the town is also located in the South of England. When you visit you should stay in a Wadebridge B&B, that way you can have an absolutely amazing holiday in this historically significant town of Wadebridge while still being able to enjoy all the wonders of modern life. You will have so many wonderful and unique options when it comes to things to keep you and the family entertained that you might even decide that you never want to leave. This picturesque town of Wadebridge really has it all.Visit the local Wadebridge & District Museum when you are staying at a Wadebridge B&B. This marvellous little museum was opened in 2007 at a different location and over the years has settled where it is today. It is free to enter and it is staffed by volunteers, they also have wheelchair access and are dog friendly. Wadebridge museum is designed to help educate people on the fascinating history of the local area, such as the first known historical mention of Wadebridge goes all the way back to the year of 1382 and the little-known fact that the town was one of the few places to have a railway in the UK before London in 1834. Another amazing piece of English and Cornish history is St Breock Downs Monolith which is only a ten-minute drive away from the centre of Wadebridge. Make sure to stay at a Wadebridge B&B so that you are then able to take the short drive to see this wonderful piece of history. It is the heaviest and largest prehistoric monolith in all of Cornwall and it is also managed by the Cornwall Heritage Trust. In the surrounding area, you will also find wonderful little places to eat and to shop, so you will be able to really make a day of it. Wadebridge has a wonderful Cornish tradition every year of the Royal Cornwall Show during the summer. If you plan on going to this you will need to book a room at a Wadebridge B&B well in advance as the town and rooms fill up fast the nearer to the time it gets in Wadebridge. The show is agriculturally based as it is hosted by the Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association which was founded in 1793. There are so many farming-based activities to take part in such as the trials for sheepdogs and riding competitions. They also usually have games to take part in as well as other shows such as live music. Wadebridge has so much to it, you should really book a holiday in this fantastic town and you should also stay at a Wadebridge B&B that way you can have the best holiday possible. In the unlikely event that you do run out of things to do in the area surrounding the town, all you have to do is go a little out and you will have the rest of the Cornish country to see and visit.
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The price for a B&B in Wadebridge tonight is from £20*. Gwynarth Guest House Wadebridge is offering 6 deals in June. * Subject to availability. Use our search box to find the best prices for your dates.
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Some of the best Wadebridge hotels for single rooms can be found at Molesworth Arms Hotel on selected nights.
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This page was last updated on 26 June, 2022.